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the other Islands will always be thankfully received
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append their true names to all communication,
not for publication necessarily, but at n guarantee
thai the writer If actinic In good faith.
There was a royal limu at Waikikl list Mori
Tlic l'e nsncol.i li awjiitlng the arrival 6! llic
San Francisco mall.
The anle of the claim against llie.Ookala
Stipar Cmniiiiny hat lccn viitlulravvn.
The fence in front of IlicSprccttcIs' residence
at I'unahnu It a very neat iron railing et on
a curbing of brick.
Mr. C. I,. Ilucklancl ucceci'Mr. kenyon
as cilllnr, reirlcr, ami neneral stafT of the
Honolulu Dally llullctin.
Annthcf ilcalh, rcutlirn from a fall from a
horse, occufrcil at ICwa Utt Wcilnesilay. A
native woman wat Die unfortunate.
President Steele' of the Oceanic Steamship
Conii3tiy, and Colonel Sprockets and family,
reliirned from Maul Sunday.
Miss Kerry's private school at N'o. 58 Alekca
street will Ik-rIii nest Monday, and Miss
King's kindergarten vsiiroticn onlhcKimcilay.
t'aplains Mtlulcnt and I'clillscr have U'cn
refilling a hard-earned harvest liy arreting
several wpiaiU of I'cntacola Jack, too long out
The Hawaiian Hell Telephone Company
have under consideration the advisability of
reducing telephone rentals. The mailer will
ajirobably lie settled soon.
An interesting religious, service in German
was conducted at the residence of Consul
Glade, last Sunday morning, at which many
Germans were present.
Mr. William M. Kinney had a bad sctdiack
early Ihis week, but was In a better condition
yesterday. Mr. V. 0, Irwin, Mr. J. 12. Wise
man ami Mr. Joseph Morrill are nbout'ngain.
The Inspector of hacks says he purposes to
prosecute all public csprcss-drivcrs who neglect
to comply with the law altout plainly and cor
rectly nitmlietlng their carriage-lamps.
Theog l'cris, the Portuguese who was so
badly battered by Judge McCully's Ilotstcin
bull on the 23d ultimo, can scarcely live through
Sunday. Voung llaitmann, who was hurl at
the same time, will probably recover.
Mr. W. V. Hall and family will occupy
their Waikiki residence for the rest of the year.
The residence of Mr. Robert Letters, adjoining,
is now occupied by some young ladies from
Niuunii Valley, two of the Misses Carter and
Miss Jeannlc Unbertson.
Mrs. George Wallace's select school for girls
will re-open on the 17th instant, on which day
Sir. A. T. Atkinson will're-opcn 'St. Alliarts
College- Those wishing to attend the latter
school nre requestedto meet at Mr. Atkinson's
residence on the i.lti -instant.
Mr. James Hayscldcn, a contractor and
Imil.lcr of some prominence, fair ability, and
many good "personal qualities, died at his resi
dence on King street, in this city, pn the 2S1I1
ultimo, of consumption, leaving a wife and
three young children fortunately provided for.
Or. N. II. Kiucrson is circulating a subscrip
tion list towards procuring the funds necessary
to repair anil furnish the Protestant Church
or Sllua.tn.-i, at Kalawao, Leper Settlement,
Molokal. At least $400 of outside help are
needed, The lepers have themselves sub
Mr. Frank Damon will sail for China on the
outgoing Madras, to spcrsvrl in that interesting
land at least three months. He will carry
with him the ben wishes of numberless friends,
white, Hawaiian and Chinese. It is to lie
hoped that the columns of the Friend will be
the richer by his contributions.
The gracelnl, picluresque, and erudite
writers of the dallies, recently, have been
bhoweiing wrathful ridicule upon the 'bus
drivers. One cannot help a lurking fear that
the mellow music of the lusty horn is too pure
a. melody lo satisfy the rythmic souls of those
sweet singers of Honolulu journalism.
The Gaietlc informs the public that the
"Orphan" got "badly left" last week. Oil
Thursday, however, n- Press reporter found
him looking well. He informed the reporter
that, although pleated' lo. learn of the success
of his friends, he was in the city a day or two
last week, and made several sales of-stocks
and plantation properly, amounting in the
aggregate to $90,000.
King street, east of Fort street, is taking on
a business aspect. On the niakai side, Mr.
Way has nearly completed a two-story frame
building,-lightly built, but very neat in appear
ance, Il will have three ground-lloor stoics,
and a large room aluivc 7.) feet long by 30. fee)
wide. Harmony Lodge, I, O. O", 1',, will
occupy thU a a lodge room, Mr. li C. Rowe
will re-open his' paint-shop Udov.
,lcssis. Walker V Trcadway, contractors
for Ihe new brick building,, now neatly
.finished for .Mr. Stephen Spencer, on h'miami
meet, near King street, hue set the public a
good example ly putting iit Iron doois that
fold within the. casings.. The unsightly waic-
iiousc-shutter has nearly outlived its usefulness
in retail and send retail trade, and ought lo
Mr. Charles) Johnson, the builder of the new
htiijge at Ilonuapo, Hawaii, which stood so
well Ihe recent furious storm on the Hawaiian
'coast, has just completed a similar Hiuctiue at
Waianae, to lie Ucd a a steamboat whaif by
Messrs, Foster & Co, The wharf Is 17s feet
? ft, long, built of pile from 40 o 45 feet in length,
, set til the form of a V, and lulled together on
top. The lower ponions are coppered ale
' high watermark, 10 feet above which it the
wharbuay proper, ao feet wide and li feet
between the V, Mr, J. U Kiclurdson,
manager of jhc Walarue plantation, says the
vvluif is a good Sue,
A Melbourne diiatch to Sjilney, N, 8. V,
wy that the government of Victoria Ju re
ceived from tlu Consul-General pf Hawaii in
timation, of air' tnlended visit of the King of
Hawaii, and has undertaken to extend every
courtesy to his majesty, The S)dney Morn
ittg Herald adds 1 "It is proltable that Kala
lay, king of Hawaii, will shortly Uit the
Australian colonies, and ihe acting-consul lor
llw kingdom, Mr, Ivmcst O, Smith, hat Unhi
inttfuctodi by the goveruawal'al Honolulu to
antic the riMitird ainasfinnnti for hi'
tstsvjatiyt wessjMioo ia the ywiotM euioni.1
r. .". 'immm .j i- - ,
A Iwd boy, named Kanoc, k1 a visit lo
one of the vMicr on duty at ibi- Itirhard
street lottery last Salurday mornirm. While
there he ssreeeeded In shooting, with one of
the soldler't rifles, a valuable hack-horse lw
longlng lo Mr. Manuel RoK
A charier was granted to the Honolulu
C!tamlir nf Cnmnwrce last Saturday. The
Ilonolufii Tuglioert Compdhy wllddtew Its ap
plication for a charier. Tire Ilnnoltilu Car
rhge Manufacturing Cflmtwny'a clmrter wat
referrctl lo a committee, ttml lire Kapfokni
Park Hallway Compsny't application for a
charter was refuted,
The Punahnu stone wall, wlrtt of Ihe aehool
premises, is covered for about two-lhtrdt of its
length with Ihe climbing CMtu known a night
blooming cerem. The myrhul buds of this
charming flower are now out In prnfrme rjutn
llty and nke such a plethora of evening bloom
as Is seldom witnessed anywMiere. The lnN
open readily after nightfall, if placd in water.
The horse belonging to Ihe Artesian Ice
Works trotted away from it driver last Sunday
morning, as that person i delivering his last
morning's ration of Ice. There never was a
liettcr regulated trotaway and the driver, after
himwll trotting a fine stern chase of fully an
eighth of a mile, caught the animal just as it
was turning into the factory gate.
Among the through itasucngers by the City
of New York were: lion. C. II. Ilrombv.
formerly attorney-general of Tamanla ) Ucv.
M. J. Ileechinor, a leading Roman Catholic
clergyman of Tasmania j Hon. Thos. Itusactl,
n member ol the New Zealand legislative
council ! Mr. J. Mack, actuary of the Am
Iralian Mutual Provident Society! and Mr. li
Mcyrick, the senior classical master of the
Sydney Grammar School. Mr. Mark Foy,
late nicmlicr for Collingwood in the Victorian
Legislature, remains In Honolulu with his wife,
on n visit. He kcc a large dry goods store
. The seconil daughter of Mr. J. A, Hassingcr,
chief clerk of the Interior department, had
Iwcn suffering for three weeks with inflamma
tion of the car and the mastoid cells in the
skull-lione behind the car. The piin was
intense and continuous, and no medicine gave
even the least relief. Last Thursday afternoon
an operation was performed by Doctors Trous
seau, I lagan, llrndie, and Slangenwald, which
consisted of making a hole through Ihe exter
nal plate nf the skull-bone immediately behind
Ihe right car. The operation gave instant
relief, Ihe patient sleeping through llic night ;
and the young lady will probably recover.
The Sydney Morning I Icrald contains the
following of interest to Hawaiian readers:
"The relics of the unfortunate exploring ex
peditionthat of La Perousc at the end of last
century have just come to light. A French
missionary to the Samoa or Kasigators' Islands
in the Pacific Informs the French Geographical
Society that the remains of I)c Lanide and
several other of La Perousc's companions hae
been found, together with dates proving that
they perished in December, 17S7. French
search expeditions in the early part of this
century had already proved the destruction" of
the two vessels hearing the expedition on the
coast of Mallicollo, one of the New Hebrides,
but nothing further was discovered respecting
the explorers themselves."
It was almut two weeks ago, and this is not
printed as an item of news ; it is meant merely
to accentuate public appreciation of the fact
that Honolulu is becoming what the sensa
tional journals of the United Slates term "a
very rapid village." Capt. J. C. Cook-has called
at tliis office to say that about 4 p. i. on
Friday, the 21th ultimo, four shots were tired
in the street under his window. One of these
shots sent a large-sized pistol ball crashing
through the sloping roof of the building In
which he lives directly over the room in
which he was sleeping. If the ball had en
tered Ihe roof four feet lower, the captain would
probably have been unable to report the
The City of New York brought from Aus
tralia ,177,305, of which amount 10,000
came lo .M. S. Grinbaum & Co. of this city,
and the rest goes to San, Francisco. She also
carries almut sixty fine merino sheep. Intended
for the stock farms of .Messrs. I lagan and
Carr, in Kern County, California. .Mr. E. T.
Piatt, purser of the New York, will take a run
to the eastern United States after reaching
San Francisco, remaining over until the second
return trip of his steamer. Mr. Piatt is bearer
of an autograph challenge made to Kdward
Ilnnlon for the championship of the world
over the Parramatla River, not later than
March 1, 1SS4.
There arrived by the Kalakaua, last Sunday,
Miss Ilenncson, oC Illinois, ami Miss While,
of I lost on, en route lo make .1 circuit of Ihe
globe. They sailed for windward islands on
Tuesday last, hoping to return in time to take
the Madras for Honckonc. While in Cali
fornia they made, in company, tours of hc
Yoscmitc, Santa Crui, Napa, and ojjicr popu
lar ami picturesque vailejs, traveling chiefly
with a horse and bucklxiard, camping out most
of the lime. Miss Ilenncson is a II. A., M. A..
ami L L II. of the University of Michigan.
and graduated with the law class of 1SS0, in
comiuny with Mr. Clarence W. Athlon!, of
this City. Miss While is also a graduate of an
The Kalakaua came down in fourteen days,
Ihe Copsuelo in twelve days and a half.
The Kalakaua .locked at the idd Custom
House, wharf, and has her cargo almut nil out.
The J.'D. Sprcckels ran from San Fran
cisco to Kahului, Maui, in twelve days, on her
The Waimanalo went off ihe marine railway
on the 37th ultimo, considerably Ihe liettcr
for her stay,
The trial trip of the, Alameda, at l'hiladcl-
ptila, was quite as much a success as thai of
The Klsinotc has liauled out into the.slream
to spruce up while awaiting the arrival of
The h'uieka Is at llrewcr & Co.'s wharf
di-rfhaiging. From here the will go lo the
sound shortly, in ballast.
The sloop Kaholomua, having sprung a
leak, was towed into this poit by the steamer
C. It. llishop last Salurday.
At the Oceanic Steamship CompanyVw harf,
IheCoitsuelo lias discharged cargo and hauls
into ihe stream to wait her turn.
Th? lurk .Maitha Hideout has taken a tieith
near Ihe Likelike' wharf, to discharge her
coal cargo brought to Allen &" Robinson.
The Madras will Ik- due hire on Wednes
day of next week, and will probably sail again
lor Hongkong wllhln four day after arriving.
The Cilyof New Vmk arrived, ovenlue,
from Sydney, a few minutes after midnight
last Wednesday. She sailed at noon of that
day with a repaired forward crank-pin, broken
on (he voyage up.
The V. 11. .Meyer tvai litwlled in San
Francisco on the I lib ultimo, for $500 slam
aijet said to have been tuitaliitx! by" the brig
Helen, in a collision between the two vctscls,
jutt outside San Fnacisco ruibor,
thf Itmintitlit Irnn MorAs.
The Honolulu Iron Work i now complet
ing its forty-sixth sugar mill, fiftieth vacuum
piin, thirteenth double efrect, third triple effect
and one hundred and eighty-second boiler.
Some of the machinery built by our local
works have gone lo the following plantations :
12-ton double effects to Lhtgate's I.upaho
lioe Plantation, Hawaii ; Knlon, Kauai 1 Ke
kalm, Kauai ; Hlecte, Koloa, Kauai 1 Paau-
hatr, Hamnkua, Hawaii ; Walmnrntlo, Oshu;
Ookalit, Hawaii; I.ihue, . Kanai ; Turton's
Mill, L-ihaina, Maui j am! a 15-ton triple
effect for Wninrhte, Oahu, it now licing finished.
The works have liecn Under their present
management for over thirteen years. The
shops, have been from time to lime extended
and ccittlp)l with the most improved tools of
lioth American and Kngltsh manufaclure, until
thae works have leen acknow ledged by comix-
tent jmlget from abroad tolw, in completeness,
second to none on Ihe Pacific contt. Neitlicr
pains or expense has leen imed in procuring
the liest or skilled workmen,- mott suitable
materials, and most improved designs of sugar
machinery, which is the prlncial daw of work
Many of the best working and largest plants
In the islands, have liccn furnished by them,
and in every case, when started, have gone on
without Ihe slightest hitch. If rcfpiircd, the
works could elnploy finni 5CW to 600 men, and
make the output of machinery morc5 than the
rcfpiircmcnts of our planters is likely ever to
At present, the munlier of hands employed
is one hundred and thirty-five, and llic amount
paid out for wages every second week is bIkiuI
It Is worthy of notice, that these wn;ks,
equipped as they arc, form a standing guaran
tee lo every planter against delay and loss, in
case of machinery breaking down or being de
stroyed by fire.
It is the Intention of the company to build
their boilers in future of "homogeneous"
iron, or what is sometimes called " mild
steel," thus preparing for higher pressure,
which means greater economy of fuel, coupled
with greater safely, and gets rid of any possi
bility of blistering of plates, which has so often
caused great delay and cxtwnsc, by having to
tear away the masonwork and put in new
plates to replace Ihe laminated or blistered
A .Yl-ir tl'm-rhtmnft
Messrs, llackfcld .1 Co. contracted with Me.
George Lucas, early last spring, to put up for
them one of the largest and best constructed of
Ilonolulan worchouses.. Work was begun last
April, and the structure was lo be completed
last July. It is, however, not yet quite ready
for business; although the owners are gallantly
hoping against hope that It may be completed
before the end of this .month, and so afford
more room for goods on hand and expected
The warchoujt: is a building that docs not
lend itself kindly to architectural adornment.
Ilusincss is writ on all its rectangular outlines,
business sits perched on its mighty rafters, and
the resounding knock of the brawny hand of
business is the "open sesame" toils ponderous
portals. Yet, if slrcnth and solidity and Ihe
assurance of stable permanence be as Carlyle
considered them very good substitutes for
beauty, the llackfcld warehouse is one of the
handsomest structures in the' kingdom. If
Mr. Lucas has budded shftvly, he has also
builded well. "As the writer said in noticing
the recently completed warehouse of the
Oceanic Steamship Company, "The commu
nity has a right to be proud of such a structure
in its midst."
The dimensions of the llackfcld warehouse,
which is built on Ihe makai side of the lot,
are 125x70 in superficial area, divided intolhrce
rooms of the following sizes: 49.6x70, 42.6x70
an.d 40.6x70. In the largest room, there is a
passageway 10 feet wide, which crosses n lat
eral track running the entire length of the
building. This passageway, being wide
enough to admit teams which may unload at
the caM racks, facilitates the rapid handling of
freight in the most advantageous manner. All
these rooms aic lighted by means of skylights,
six to each room; and the roof of each room is
p'crced by two ventilators. The walls arc of
iiriek, 16 inches thick, there being two cross
fire-walls separating the three rooms, which
are connected by heavy iron doors, anil there arc
ix dummy windows, at present bricked up,
but always available should occrsion arise.
The door is made of Portland cement, laid on
broken stone. The roof is slate. Those
leaders of the Press who have not vet visited
this very creditable big bit of local building,
owe it to themselves to stanil not upon the
order of their visiting, but to visit at once.
Littit Sttiurthill'it irfr'.--Orrl-.
The game of baseliall last Saturday after
noon, Amities vs. llonolulans, was a, disap
pointment to the large crowd who had
gathered to witness it, ns well as a surprise to
lioth ol the participating clubs. . A close and
exciting game was expected by all, but, fiom
the beginning of Ihe third inning until the
close of the game, the plaing of the Amities
wasa.mcre;slriesof errors, giving the llono
lulans an easy victor)- score 24 to 1 .
The great weak point in the play of the
Amities, was the fact that they had not prac
ticed together previous to the game, as they
thought the Honolulans were not going to be
able to strike their pitcher lo any effect. It
would be considerable to expect of any pitcher
to win a game with a sujijiort of players who
base scarcely had a liall in.h.ind since last
season, and this seemed to be what the
Amities expected Of Mr. F-ckle, their pitcher.
-This was undoubtedly a great mistake and
one that will teach the Amities as well as the
aspiring bascliallists of the future, not to
"tackle" tuch a learn as is Whitney' llono
lulans, without a deal of practice and real work.
The Honolulans played asvadmlrable game,
and deserve much credit. The audience
seemed to lie gieatly disappointed with the
game last Saturday, but I trust il will not tend
to diminish the attendance. I am sorry that
Mr. Kllis, who so generously offered a purse
of $50 for ihe winning nine in two out of three
games between the Amities nnd Honolulans,
tuouiu rccene so nine satMaction lor Ins
money; but it is cxpsctcd some good game,
will lie played during the next four weeks, nnd
all plater will be glad to see Mr. Kllis on the
ground. This afternoon the Honolulans will
play a team from the Pensacol.i, and II Iscv
iK-cled they w ill meet the Oceanic again, a week
from, (o-ifay. At the players cliangcd posi
tions so much during the game, it Is ImiRissi
blc to furnish an unabridged score. Muukr.
The wise man goth to Kapiolanl Park and
buildcth him an inn. In Ihis instance the
wise man is Mr, II. J. Nolle, of ihe Iteavcr
Coffee Saloon. Mr. Nolle has lioughl a lot
three am! thrcc-quartcr acret in extent. In
this lie ir building himself a dwelling-house,
where rural rase and rural breeie seductively
may woo. Hut, Iwingat once a wcathcrwUc
investor, as well as a most satisfactory inn-keejK-r,
Mr. Nolle, seeking lo combine busi
ness wild recreation, puqioses ihatJiW friend
ami latrons sua It not lie " lelt out in the cold"
should they wander to far away from home as
Ihe wild of Kapiolanl Paik. To this praise
worthy end, our noonday host Is laving a large
refreshment room erected in fiont of hisown
modest )ct ample dwelling. This room will
be 60x30, with a veranda in front 12 feet wide
and 30 feet long. Thoe uhotisit rur week
dap, may bring their music and dance if they
like; those who come o' Sundays may ting
hymns, an' they will) and, in the sweet pretty
oon, Ihe tree in Mr. Nolle' lot will outgrow
their babxhood, and there will be wing for
the children and hammocks for the maidens,
ami table and chair for everybody and it
ought to be all very nice.
The material, rrragneso-calelte, wa tlmr-
oughly texred in this city at noon last Satur
day. Messrs. Dillingham A Co., Ihe Hawaiian
Island agents for the safes, strong I nxes and
jewel-cases, of which Messrs. I). S. Drown
Co. of San Francisco arc lire Pacific const
agents, Invited a numlx:r of busincM men,
menders of the fire department ami hcwnper
retmrlers, lo witness the test of the fireproof
qnalilies of this material, for which so much
hat Iwen claimed. In connection with this
test, an exhibition was made of the practical
working of the llarknjr pneumatic fire-extinguisher,
of which Ihe same firms are re
wctire!y the agents. A magneso-calcitclwx,
almut 18x30 Inches in sie, was placed In a
large Imnfirc of pine planking which had Iwcn
previously saturated with coal oil, abojit ten
gallons having liecn used. The Ixix remained
in the intense heat of this fire for exactly
thirty-seven minutes. It wal then taken out
of the fire, cooled and opened. Kvurinne
present except, of Course, Ihe agents and
their cinployea believed the interior of the
lox to be on fire, as a line of flame was play
ing about the edges of the lid when the liox
was laken out. The result, however, was the
exact opiositc of public expectation ; the only
article inside the box that was at all warm
was a cigar ; the nickel watch was ticking
away quite contentedly j and a number of
mpers, a silver-plated butlcrknifc and a
morocco jiockctlKxik, were in quite as good
condition as if (hey had remained in the
pockets of their owncis. A spectator, who
wanted to bet $5 that the contents of the Ikix
had been reduced to smoke, folded his voice
like an Arab and as silently Stole away. Those
who remained, so far as Ihe wrilcr knows,
were unanimous in expressing their satisfaction
at the result.
The firc-c.xtinguishing test was not so satis
factory; ITut Ihis was because the lest was an
unfair one. The small extinguishers used,
being intended for use in houses, arc not in
tended for ue In sulxluing outdoor lircs. Hut
enough was shown to convince all present tWl
the Zapllo fire-cxliiigubhing conqiound is a
wonderful agent. There seems lo be no doubt
of its value in suliduing fire. A rnachinc of
from fifteen lo twenty gallons capacity would
probably have put out the bonfire at the foot
of Richard street, last Saturday, in something
less than two minutes.
Although the attendance at their exhibition
was not large, the agents have a right to be
lmth pleased and proud at its results.
Tlir Ollirr IkIiihiI.
Kilauea volcano has been exceedingly active
Mr. Charles Alexander .thinks of putting in
vines on his plantation at Kula, Maui.
Ilaleakala, Maul, has been visited by many
during the past month.
Thomas Spencer llond, son of Rev. K. Ilond,
died suddenly at Kohala, Hawaii, on the 23d
Kahului, Maui, has been surveyed and laid
out as a town, by order of Colonel Sprcckels.
Mr. M. I). Monsarrat is the surveyor.
Twenty-five acres of cane aic said to have
been' burned on Colonel Spalding's Kanai
plantation, last week.
Col. Clans Spreckcls has deeded a lot of
land in Wailuku, Maui, to the Unman Catholic
Mission at that place.
Pmtmastcr-Rcncral Whitney has made the
following appointments ol xstmasters on
Kauai : Mr. J. It. Gibson, for Hanalci ; Mr.
J. II. Grant, Kapaa; Mr. G. II. Uowcll, Wai-
Mr. J, W. Lowrie, for three years a sales
man, in the Fort-Street slorc of Mr. T. G.
Thrum, Honolulu, becomes liook-kcepcr of
the Kilauea plantation on the 1st instant.
The Kauai Planters',jssociation has been
organized, .Mr. G. N. Wilcox is its presi
dent ; Mr. G. II. Dole, vice-president ; Mr.
I'. Hindi, secretary; and Mr. A. S. Wilcox,
The Aldcn Fruit and Taro Company has
organized with the lollowing officers : Dr.
F. II. Kndcrs, president ; Mr. C. II. Parker,
vice-president ; Mr. Albert Dames, secretary
and treasurer. 1
On the 24th ultimo, "the pet of Hilo,"
the three-masted schooner Emma Claudina,
sailed from lliloforSan Francisco with sugar
from Wniakca Mill Company, from Papaikou
and Wainaku plantations.
A contributor to the Advertiser has written
a "flowery" description of the region around
Ma.-daca Day, which is much more pretty than
exact, as some of the places mentioned are not
known' at ail by residents of the vicinage, and
some of the country described cannot lie seen
from the wharf at Maalaea Hay.
A concert in aid of the Foreign Church, was
given in the rooms of the Union School, Wai
luku, on the evening of the 23d ultimo. Mrs.
Fcrrisand Miss Widdificld recited; Mrs. K. P.
Adams and Mr. J. W. Girwin read; Mrs.
Ilandford, Mrs. Skelton, Miss Kiclnrdson and
Ucv, Mr. Kcawcamahi sang the latter sing
ing a song of hK own composition. .
Ah J-Uitrrtuhniivitt at Utlu,
Several ladies and gentlemen of ,IIilo gave
an entertainment at the residence of Mr,
Luther Severance on the 2lst ultimo. It svas
well attended, and provocative of much amuse
ment. Its programme consisted of readings,
recitations, and vocal and instrumental music.
The Press correspondent writes of it ns fol
lows 1 " The programme was participated in
by Mr. and Mrs. Severance, Miss Severance,
Mr. Harding, Miss Cora Hitchcock, Miss
Annie Austin, Mr. C. N. Arnold, Mrs. lllack
nian, Miss Kmiiia Clark, Miss.M. C. Shlpman,
Mr. C. l Kennedy, Kcv. W. II. Oleson, and
Mr. John A. IWckwIlh, There were sevcial
visitor from New York and California present.
Previous to ihe eutcilainmcnt, refreshments
were passed around as the audience sat in Ihe
various rooms lind on the spacious vcian 'a
which as biillianlly illuminated by large
Chinese lanterns. The attendance was un
usually large. Great pains must have been
taken. This sociable was Ihe finest given in a
long time, and will long lie pleasantly remcin
lieresl." The diamond fields or South Africa produce
large quantities of ycow diamonds. Their
color, of course, lessens their value, a white
diamond beinc worlli five or six ilmes as much
as a scllow one of the same weight. U svas
recently rviwricit mat a method of changing
the objectionable color had Isren discover,-,!.
"Such," say the London Truth, "is the
case; out the important adduiuayhas to be
made that the sellosv reappears after a slight
washing, as. some French merchants lately
found out to their cot. after nurchau,. at n
high price, f.f some perfectly white diamonds
inc mcinou is a simple application of the law
of complementary colors. The yellow dias
amend i ivut in tome violcl solution. A .U..l
coaling of violet suffices to render diamonds of
me most pionouncvtl yellow tint perfectly
There ouMni havcUm any milk In (he
encoanut if tome dairymen haO the original
uvtmctiofl, of It,
ll.inoi.iui, II. I., Se4tmlr 1. ittt.
Krkimt of hspros-ement In trade ihts week are
ohserraole on all tfn, ami tmr merchant naturally,
are in rnnrh bnttf ilt. Ibe Iwpieney of foreign
arrivals, three of hkh wre from San Prandsco, base
ptaMit our ma, let In sunk ih needed supplies, of
hhh poiaiMs m lotlnf a seme article.
11m Meaner Ctiy of New Voik also hrmifht up
limety MfTTfy fmm New Zealand. Arming the Imports
from Ihe cmM, Il h a nutter nf Interest lo note the
free reen'pr of honemeal lo various planters i an in-Jk-Mlon
of ihe watchful regard for their Interests Lylhe
emptoimeiu of fntilinrs to enrich, or counteract the
imposerisnment of eane soil by iwmilie creji.
Orders for the ot.wr Islands this week were free with
a numUr of dealers; In fact, some orders had to lay
over for Ihe nexl epponunity (Or shipment. It Isto 1
hoped thai the present system of the bulk of our
roasters leaving Ihe first part of the eek for the other
islands will U remedied when the two new steamers
come (0 1 put on their routes.
'IVTiew veseel forthe InteibtamJ Steam .Validation
Company's ervire was due in San f'rancisrn the tjlh
ultimo, where her loller ami machinery is awaiting:
her Ily conrte.y of Captain Godfrey, we learn lhal It
is exacted to take some four or foe weeks to place
everything in order, ami the steamef cannot be looked
for here till the lautrpart of Ihis month.
Mr. II. J. Agnew, of Ihe Knletprhe Feed Compnnv,
reports bavins; closed out his interest lo Mer. 0. W.
Macfarlane X Co.
Mr. Ik P. Adams will sell to day some very desirable
proiieily situate nt Knlihl, as alto a number of accounts
lo close up partnerships Interests.
Willi Ihe coming week we may expect n lively
lenmel lime, ihe Australia due perhaps tu-morrow, the
Mariposa on Monday, and protmbly Ihe Madras also,
these, with our departing interislaud steamers will
doubtless raise Ihe lenieratiire considerably, Ihe first
few days, till we get used to It.
The lark Spartan is now out lyedays from New
York for this jiort, and while some anxiety is fell at her
long voyage, we btlieie no fears nre felt fur her safety.
Advices from San 1'rancisco received Ihis week, to
Auguvtuath, shows no material thanga in quotations
on island produce. 'Ihe sugar market remains the
same, though rice Is free and in Utter demand, not.
withstanding the large stock of l-ast Indian. Molasses
meets with Utter favor, and hides and skins have an
upward tendency. Wool quotations are nominal,
though the listern market is quite active, fruits are
now coming In freelv nnd figures favor export orders,
llnunhiht Shirk tuul Itnuil l'.rr,ffrife.
Session, Monday, August 97, 88
( Ion ....
tooo " "
lorn , , . ,
I a j ....
1 00 t . . .
500 ... .
500 . ...
low .. .
Haiku Susnr Co
Koh.it.'i Sugar Co .1
The Princes ille I'lnnt.-itiou Co
'I lie V.1ilntu Sugar Co
'1 he Hawaii in Atticiiltural Co
M.iVee Sugar Co.
Waimannto Sugar Co.
1 lonokai Siigir Co., $1500 per li. jkI. tit
"1 he Koloa Sugar Co
Ooknla Sugar Co....... ..,...
Vaihc Sugar Co
Pacific Mill Co
Kilauea Nigar Co.
If ilea Sugar Co.. ..; t
(Irene Uanch Plantation Co
Uniun Mill Co., $750 per kharc paU up
Star Mill Co .
ICat Maui Plantation Co
Oiioiuea Sugar Co ,
I'aukna Sugar Co
Reciprocity Sugar Co ,
I-iuiiahoihtMa- Sugar Co
f 1 I ... tltll '..
Waiknpu Sugar Co
1 iniau.i Migar 1.0, ,
Hononianu Sugar Co
RAH.RO All STOCKS.
The Hawaiian Kail rait I Co
Kahului Kailrontl Co
TH Kt HONK STOCKS.
Hawaiian Hell Telephone Co.
Hawaiian Telephone Co., (Maui)... ..
Kauai Telephonic Co
Jlilotfc Hawaii Telephone & Tel. Co.
MISCFLLANim'S STOCKS ANI P()Nt
The Honolulu Iron Work Co
C l.rewer Company, (Mercantile)..
lutcrislamt Steam N.mgatW. Co
K.v.1 Maul Stock Co. (Uanch)
K.O. Hall & Son, H.imitctl).
Sivkt cent Hawaiian IwmW
Seten jrr ciit Hawaiian Und.. ....
Nine pre cent Hawaiian Itoruh
to shares I!at Maui Company, nt $105
jo share Walinanalu Sugar Coiiijuny, at ijo.
.wHoRiKMr-N sciiNKtiit.it, Secretary.
Arrived at Port of Honolulu.
Lehua, stm, Iorencn,fm Maui ami Molokal. .Aug,
Iwalani, isttn, Hates, Tin Konn, K.111 ami Maalaea W
C. U. Ilishon, ttni,(Jaineronr from Kauai '
Lea hi, ch, from Kohalah-le M
ConMit-lo, Am bgtne., Coumiis, from S. V "
r.ureka, jm hkinc, lee, lor San I ratio sco, .... "
Clcn. Siegel, th, from Koala u
.Mite .Morns V'h, from Koolau '
Moi Kelki, schr, from Koolau : M
H'ailele, sch, from Maliko.. '
Likchke, Mm, King, frc Hilo anil way portH,. "
Kilauea Hon, ttm, Sears, from Kaf.ului '
Manuokauai, rcIi, from Koloa
Kami ow, veil.; for Koolau
Khukal, nchr, from W'aialua. "
Knlakaua, Haw hk. Miller, from San Francisco '
Nettie Merrill, tch, Christian, from Iihaina... '
.Mary li. Foster, rb, from Honuatuj "
Ka Moi, tschr. from Kaiuilaluhht. . ,r '
CitVof New Voik. I'MSS.Col.li. fm Swlti-v
James M.ikce, Mm, McDonald, from Kauai..,-, "
Martha Hideout, Am tkt Scars, fm Ncucattc ' ,
Kauikeaouli, sch, from Honokaa '
Waimanalo, stm, Nelton, from Waimanalo...,. '
Marion, sth, for Kukutttatlc
Kulamanu, neh, for OoLala
.moi NeiKi, ch, lur I-anai '
.chu.i, dim, Ijoremcn, for Molok-ai and liana . "
Mokolii, stm, Mcdrcgor, for Koolau
Matulo. sch. for llakaau
Waioli, sch, for l'aauhau "
Wailile, sch, for Maliko
LUehke, Hin, King, Tor 1 1 do and way ports... "
Iwalani, sun, Hate, for Ma-daea. Kouaand Knu M
ivii.ssiEu i sju, is 1111, k?tv.tist, iur rvaiiiuui
C K, Itithop. stm, Cameron, for Kauai
L-i ...i....tJi , -1. r. 11 1.!
t-vvsv4iuiitiu, V-l, I HI IlilllUICI , "
Khukal, eh, for Waulua
lennie, sch, fur Nawiliwtli and II ana maul u "
.diiiiuKvi.ii. m.11, iur rvekana
Gen Sigel, sxh, for Koolau
Mile Morris, sch, for Koolau... ,. '
City of New York, I M S S, Colli, for S. V. .
r.. ttui, .n, 1 or iiopauocnoe
Lady Iimpson, Hrit hk, Uust, for S. K
lames Makcc, stm, MclKmald, for Kauai... .
Mary U Foster, sch, for Koloa . H
Nettie Merrill, w.li. Christian, for Iiluilna '
Leahi, fcch., for Koholalclc "
The I'. M. S. S. City of New York, W. It, t'ohb,
CuminaiHler,snitedfiomSytln.-y Auetit yth, ditckirg
ihe pilot at 3.501. m.; rcceheU Auckland pilot im
aoard AucuM tth, nt 5.30 a. u.; Mileil fur Honolulu
ihesameday at s r. m. Auin.t ai,l, In lat. i 1' N.,
64 50' W., broke forward cmnk-pin, disconnected the
engines! and since that time h,ve procecJed with one
engine. Airinl at Honolulu at 9.45 f. i. August
aSth Kpericnccl easterly to notthraMetly winds
throughout the so) age, and pleasant weather
li, I. I'latt, iVrser.
Merchant Vessels Now In Port,
Makiiia KiDKfiUT, Scar ,
Vessels Kit pec ted from Foreign Ports.
llHKUKN, (W. hk. MA2ATIAN S-Mulct
Duq N'.n. i-io. H. I Luk ft 1. 1 & Co., Agents.
llRtniKN. Haw. .k. Kalk.. Kmhlms
Due Nov. to-y, II. HacUelil ft Ca, Agentv
CAKiurr, Haw. I.V. Iolani .....(iarrrU
Due lec 1-10. II. Had ft!.! & Co., Agent!,
Nfw Cavti ic,N. S. W., Itrit bk Aunm Wilmim .Quy
Due Nov. imo. II. HatLftU Co., Aceuts,
Nkw Castir, ft, S, W., .er Oihutinf, Wihlfing
Due (Vi. irvm II llnrt f. 1.1 j- rv. a.....
NV fASTIF, N S V, IIeuk UutV'.. ....
Nrw Castlk, N. S. W., ,m bllne Mausv. I'dcrton
tiuv Vu, Am. H. SrAkTAN
OvTnlue. Cavil. X dole, Ajnus,
NswVrikk, llrii. ,k. IIknkv J amis.. .
l.l.lle fi LfXr, Ajcnls.
I.IVKKIUU llril. U. Isib ur Akr.LF.sEA
Hue Sc,4. 1 j. rl. V. MacfarUiM S Co. Aj.nts.
Liv.viim tlni bk. MALLUiAm KUkin
i,mwi.il-n r. 11. iminsvA Agcm
tivuroui, Urn. U. Irrr.srNK.
I.IVKKHXL, Ulil. lie. ClIASC.S
runrl.-vui.LK, Am. I.k., Kuhaui) (Jaiur
.So lu. II. Ilaclr.1.1 li Co., Alts.
IIoston. Am. Ik, IIakiiis Uatis lit awn
L' llicvtcr S Co., Alt.lils. m
SsN l-.AMiisro, 1' M S S, AiTAUA.,.llanntrriiM
luc r4. . 11. Ila.kkl.lf. ca, Ascius.
San r kas.1 i-M-n. isljl Mi,ihw. Hai...!
lu S. j. W. 1. I iv. in Co., Ag.MS.
San I kakiiscii, I'm S S sIaihas I'.raJlcv-
lSt.. j. I. II. IUvk.JsCo.,Ai.ms.
San vs. 1V.0, h. Hihuth '. .. ..
Sak K.As,cisti, Am. uh. Tmur.iir Wklinrs;
otuii r w.m fc.umi,, . VSCV.li
lhwSr.. 14. II, llacircU& Co., AttMs.
lU'Mluiur, Am. tlln Jlnsirot
lvvcrs" Co... Ajei.ti.
IIOKCKOKC, (Kr kt r.lEUIIKIL . . Uklrup
.. .'. -v-i- ri. iiars.ia vua,, Aetnis.
II. I. K. M S. Ski.niir.
Malm. I. I l.sxs,l. ItanruLxnnr, W llrlatcr, Jajiwt
'"""r. J t""l.i CJ"i. W Kurcbco, il lulm
on, II IlMiuas.
From Maul sul lla.aii, r- l.aUi,i, Augast j-K
U llimon, M K Muluu, J W KuaunuIu um! wile, ,
rrassi KiussI, ssrCK Bbbop, Assfsut .j-Ho. H M
Vhttns. V llrnte and srtn. I)r M CrtvmtnAn. C Am.
man. O Moln, Mr Ml, Mr Dowif, wife am! rhlkl, S
1, io,r, an , r jorinon
Prom San t'raix-iV.s, ir Iairrl.-v, Auirust .5 C II
Dowly, J O Parsons, 11 Ktmlngton.
Prom Kanntnl. rr KIIahm Hah. An.i .A rl..
Si-mlrk ami famllr, K I. (I5rr.lt, Mks rnnen, Miss
iinrcK, ,-. inurr, i- rt aicv.iiifn, ausse r.nsrrlnt.
Mr. irnn. Mm K Kcrrlss, Misat'.illan.
inn .-.,1, . inm-i-u, itt r.BLvKnua. .viifim art an
I P lllrrwr, Charlr. Pfu'lTM, W Mr IV 1,1, Miss C
tseimMOh. Ml A M Whitf. i'1'M,mm s: c.t.
fellow. W I. llrieve.
From Maui ami Hawaii, per Likelike, Atiemt 6
lion II A Wktaiunn, Mrs J I losrtr, Mrs A N
Tripp, V Wi.l.lif.eliL 1 Dunn nml . rhil.lrrn, I P till,
fillan, I. O llilclicoik. I lj-, A Souti-r, C 'XlcClel.
Ian, II F.rewn, .M M Wilson, Airs C V Ai.jna, Hon J tl
.niii, no,, 1 isaiiwiia, v. flense, II lwis, .'lis. K
l.t sr..n r.t. ...1 .1 1.. ti ,' .. . ..
laclsjn, lit J Wignr, Mis. K Wlghl, Miss M Wlglfr,
.'.'. ' "iml, wife and rliil.1, J llkknell and 4 tliil.lirn,
W Alkins. Mi.s .Ma sy, Miss May. II I. Sl.-I.lrm. V
S ialvt. HII llntlon, MIm I) Uml., Ml II llickwn,
AM llrown, Mrs j P Ilrown and cliild, P Conradi,
MrsllMuller, Miss t) Ailams, Key Ionorc, CA
lta hV. M I) Mnnsarral. Iir.ra.,11. A T AiUntnn
and son, II M Alexander vs ife anil child.
From Australia ami New Zealand, per Cilyof New
ort. Au,ul a-(J V Uwis. M Poy and wife, J V
Inehan, DC .enelian, J M tnehan, V lnrhan, II
lAmelian, 1. Lenelian, ti Davy, S AuchullomM.
ror iviaui aim llavrau, per Iwalani, Avust A
Sala, F II Allen, K V Adams, Lleul S A Itolierts, I' A
Costa, 1 Chinese
For Kaliulnl, per Kilauea I toil, August 8 W O
.Sinilh, (! W Grey, Miss While, Miss lienneson, Mrs
Ivndford and daughter, 9 Misses llanapl.
For Kauai, per C It llishop, Aueusi s Hon II A
Wulcmann, Hon K !t.rlinu. I. II Stub. DAIIamil.
ton, W Meier, C llerlelmann. ) W llahn. W II KuUru.
II S lownscnd.
For Maul and Hawaii, n-r I.1L-M-. Ai.o., tir tv
Hastinas. Mrs Hotokahikl. ISIW,.m. U' I I.I.H,.. j
...tr- . , .1.11 , .. 1 v.- . . .. .. ........ "
,ic ..no 1111m, ,-. , nicnoK, 11 ,s liecn, vv I KlMkitls.
Mr nke, II Aldrich, I) O.ley, lather Svlvcster, (Jeb
f or San FrancUco, per Cily of New Vork, August so
I. Dovsie, wife ami child. Miss II Sjning, Misa N
Sring, II Souter, F. C McClcllan, Mrs 'I ticker, Mr
tienlry, Mrs llrim and .children. C A llailey, C II
llanon, J A Cone, Count .Strickland. S Itolh, l)r
Ighl and 9 children, Mrs Wood, child nnd .errant.
Master Wriuht Alkitts. H M Al-ynmt-r. ulr. -V,:t.l .n.i
servant, Mrs K Johnson nnd 1 children, J l'(;lin,
K lllalchfonl, II Codlin, Ihomas IVeMon, Mrs Clinch
and child, 'I nomas Keene, ('. Hr.iti.I, W Charles, See
Sinii Kee, Mrs J I. Nichols nnd dauhtcr, C tl Olsen.
dahl, C I'.dwards, 'Ihomas .Swanton, II Mcyerdncks,
I or fi.in Kmnristt-n. tvr t aAv fsmmnn A. .... --
J. .. " " "f """ -.., ,ll.hIIM J.J
! tir Knit.11, via Wni.nn.ir, per Jam Mnlcer, AunM
a -J I. KtclLirilwn. W I l,owric. wife onj a clnl.lren,
I) Pttty nml wile, 1- V Hartliolomew.
From San iVanri-KO, rcr Iluitkn, Anj;ut a lint;
HnR fc Co, ?b Ir stove And bnnlwarr Allen h Kol
inwii, t$o l(K leail, toc tialnt, 5 UiU Imttyj WiMer k
Co, ta5 Iwl. 6rl.KMinh, a 1-hH putty; CO
lltrccr, 3 Iron sufe, lotanlsS lojllia; Hi-cwer & Co, 96
IU LiHaII & Son, jousW Mil, 4 pkK nil; 'j M
Horner, 950 hV UiilcyrD.nic & Co, 5 btt lnln; In
terlslnnil IStcam Nnv. Co. 1 puniji complete; Mc
Cliciey A Son, 13 tU leather, ij pigs feed; CF
Wolfe, 534 pkei;rcerieaml fccil; Al Mclncrny, 1 ,
cliiliiini, 9 a Lxt5, 11 c h.-itu, 1 r lru.he; l,ccy &
Co, fmplcR awl crocrrlei; C Afonc, .kt, Iwnc
iitttili Litlc-tte ft Co, soskn Itonc meal; j lscinl(.irtlt,
1 Co Vs Imne meal; S I, Austin, ifxt V Umc mr.il;
ci thy RowU; S Notl, 31 pk hardware nml nafc; Ily.
manHros wen tvirtlinr. 7g-l tlry Koodi, a; U
oat,iouosks bailey; Horner & Son, souk itotiori:
iiiiiiiius.mvs,o, ii.4s,ks, issjiic me.ii; 1 'lump tV t.o, to
WilsDix, 5'ojks btmemc.il; H K Hinl, oatks bone
..1.-.., j., , j.f.t iu.il 1 j r imnri t
lc""i J'j u.i j i iinr. ia pkg inaroic; a n
nx. .ioftks btineme.il! slUllinl. nnL Isr.t,.
1; O fi Wilcox, &Fk Itonemenl; C H jndd, 40
lay.ookibranj Hackfrld ft Co, 10 c machinery.
rs bread, 17,500 brickn, 698 Mk tfour, 175..U kir-
dryrjoolst. Tecil ami Mntionery, 3,961 iot; l.iiet&
Co, aoo M'Skt Hour, Bo sk lwan, 95J5 bbU salmon. 20
c-i oil, a hydrant. 1 pump ampletc; 1-. I' Ail.inn, 1 iron
safe; C U Williams 31 pkj; furniture; N johnwn, too
sk potatoes; C A Duouy, 1 horse nnd buggy; Chincic
firm, 556 pkg mdse.
From San Franciico, per Connelo, August 35 I I)
Lane, 1 c granite; J A Iluct. 1 C I10UM.I10I1I gooih;
Grinlmum .V Co, 5 en dry gooiN; V Waterhouie, 5 cs
1hnj; Uiine tSc Co, 675 pkgs feed; I lackrdd A Co, 3 c
hat, 15 c tnachinerv; Cattle fi Cooke, 1 c cotton, 85
pkgipomUr, g fX barley, 5S pkgi mil; lnejoy St
Co, 34 cs liriuor; lnchan K Co, 40 cs liquor; H.il.e4&
Co, 50 bbU l-ecf and Njik; Hart I .rot, 17 c groceries;
Iruin&Cn, i,?8a bgs Iwne meal, 1 c machinery, a
vaUet, n; Simple; I'hillip Ac Co, 33 c drygootU,
4a pkgs furniture-, 1 c marble, t c olcs, R pkg cord
ace; Ly can A Johnson, t plats, men sewing machines;
MtCbeney V Son, 50 en bams, 10 ctt Itacon; Macfar
lane it Co, 8 wheels, 100 bin hay, 50 tX itotatoes, so en
onions, 5 en garlic, 35 en apples, icnaddlcry: WH
Holmes. afSpkgn hardware and groceries; I- M Hut.
Iert 370 pkgs bridge materials, 57,340 feet luml-cr;
Chinese firms, 49 en uulse.
From San Tnincisco, per Kalakaua, Aug 37 Holies
A- Co, 33 cs meats and j-ean; vejoy it Co, 33 en wine;
Macfailane K: Co, lolibls fish; Sullivan, Jtnckley & Co,
350 pkgs feed; O Lucas, scscttKks, 4 brs iron, 1 plate
steel; W V, Foster, 13CS harnessand&addlcr)-; Sthaefir
" -". J" '"K win-y, 141 cs apnirs, 30 ninnay; jotm r
1 low fcr, 75 tons and lohgnsand; (irinlkiunt ft Co, focn
dry iroods. aflt nktrs erocrrien .-.ml (t.tur ltrn.i;..t'
Spear, it en clocks; Hall V S-in, 36 rls leaihcr; llopn.fc
Co, 31 pkgn furniture; Dillingham (!c Co, 20 en towder;
Mclntyreifc llro, 1050 pkgn groceries' J'V Watcthousc,
15J f? Broccrien; C K WdlLun. 141 furniture;
Holftchlaeger t Co, iocs cigars; (S W Varrich, a en
tools; C H llcnntm, 5 horses, 91 Its hay, 10 en raisins
ami onions; ijavictK Co, lutoniiron; 1 1 1 V Co, 163
tciron; tAtn l'emacola, 46cn;owder andfusc; Onler;
j&t pkgn feed, 353 pkgn groceries; Chinese firms, i,63
From Australia nnd New Zealand, cr.Cityof New
ork, August 3j T J Mossman, 48 pkgs nirle ami
p.-tr; Cleghonist Co, 5 pkgs nnKc, 3 cs draitery; C
I li-issi n 4 vl ....If l" I I ' .. . 1 a .11.1
liMcr.V Lo, 9 pkgn milse; A M Mellis, a pkgs drapery;
'Y2"' 4CjiLtnin; Inehaii.tCo, 4a pkgn spirits;
viiiitv.iiiiii v wj, ,10,0110; .Mcmiyic sv urn, C10 ks
Mjtatocs; May ft Co, 60 k potatoes; Macfarlane ft
Co, 120 sks jMtatocn; Order, Go j.kn potatoes, 4 pkgn
Kx 1-ady Lamp-ton, hence for San Francisco. August
ao 3,aC0 pkgn wigar, 405,97a lbs; a.a8j pkgn rice, S33,
300 lt.s; to fnlg (tersonal tllccts, I ortign ahie, $500,
Office of Superintendent ol Water Works,
Honolulu, July 3, 1BS3.
All permit having Water Friulegcn arc notified that
their Water Haths are KiraU semi-annually, In nd
vancc, at the olTicc of the Superintendent of Water
Works, foot of Niiuanuu street, up.111 the tst day of
January and July of each year. C. K. WIION,
1 1 s-tf Superintendent Water Works,
To the Saturday iVess. whov accounts have licfii
pre wn ted from limo to lime, arc reKxtfitlly retpmted
lomake early M-illcment of the same. 1561111
A Card of Thanks.
II. I. Ji M.S. Rinjio Kuau Honolulu, August 5,
1883 .Messrs. Kennedy st Co., Wlitdesale Orocers,
Honolulu Gentlemen: Wo tender to you our thank
for the able and efficient manner In whkh you supplied
ourihip with your gooils while In thin jtort nnd fitted
lit out for sea. And after a thorough etimlnailon,
commend your house for handling ficdi, ntM-clati
gotnU, at rranonable price, and recommend you to the
fsvorable consideration of all naval vessels Siting jour
port in need of supplies. Very retcctfully,
S. U. 1 10, Captain.
J K, YAMAMOI'O, Chief Surgeon.
S, NAUOI, Chief I'.iymnMtr.
154.1m M. AUtAKA, Annutant Faymatter.
Wells, Fargo & Company,
The ben known and most reliable Fiprenn Company In
the wtdhl, hanoirnett an agency m Honolulu fot the
prompt and efficient ditpatch of F.ickages or tetters
from the Hawaiian Ulands toany rl of the Uiiiitd
fctatesor F.uro, lh which the Company Jan agencies
or with which It males connect,.:,!!. The principal
pnt lot rcmcmtterctl altoui this hmlness h, that the
Company will take Packages from the Stores, Agenda
or Keshlencen of Its Patrons, nnd deliver them ftt their
deilinallon, for One Chirgc Including I ntiirance.
Iuty and Custom House Itrokerage, rh Company
has facilities for the transportation of Cuin uncvpialed
by any other carrjing company. Ill I(iimrns Uiiincns
enables It to secure Insurance at rnnarkkhly low rttlen
Utc great accomntOslaiion loth public lit all thin can
be understood at gUnce. 11i I louoluhi Agency of
the Company it at KolcrtMnk Co.t NcwsStme, 'Ihe
agent U Mr. W. 0, Awldnv, long well known from hit
rynncctlon wlih the !;rts buiuessln tSUciiy.
A Successful I (oust f A Successful Hou-t A Mr;k
ingin)ance of success in a Kttail Iry Ooodt ay
afT.rded by the leading Miliftstry 1(ous of CIculcsJ.
rid I, Lornrr Fort and Hotel streetv 1ti loprlctor
Mr. HvcIliascuireltltenrtciJdtnSciisioin. Any
Dry Goods Hous can, by fteely advertising, draw 01 -totiters,
otKc or twice; Lut to hold them, a d enjoy llwrir
ciMifidcnce, call for the escrelwt tf tact and liUrilhy.
Goods fuutt b marked down and sold foe what hy
arcJ netcr mwreicwnt any artUU. Th-U Uthe jiolicy
en" Charles J. Flshet, ,nd that policy hat wade (Iw firm
cmm of lh greatest In Us lint, 00 the b-ading tliorough.
fare U Honululu. TI Leading MUliuery Siore tf
Charles J. FUUI, il to Honolulu what Muy'i Istu
New Viwk. Chatter J. KUhr u&W a specialty of MU
Itnr', Itf The Wore U una tf the sibt ithfciiy.
Indies jul Gentlemen viwting San Francisco will
find ery dcwralU Fuinidictl KuouiS Fn Suit and Sin
ghj at No. 137 Montgomery St., CuciMt Ihub. Mrs.
F. Honey formerly i4 Hon. Jul 11.
C C. TUCKER, M D,
(Ktceotly of OukUod, CaKfomU,)
Has orNt an orris
At Na 17, Emuu Street. Hosftokshi, H. 1.
OcpU EmuM Situare.
OAt. Hotus FrvuD 1 tt t. wwl bum 6 lo r. .
0s4boo4 hte umtm M4 B
T M PORTAHT SALE.
Pursuant tnan onlrr of Ihe Hon. A. Frvncls JmlJ,
Chief JnMlfe of Ihe Supreme Court of the
Hawaiian Islands dated April sss,
Ifitj, nuthotlllnf; Ihe
Srtln nf Cortnln Pnrtnorslilp Acrntints,
In whith Mr. Ilward Fursienau Is Interested, s
I asi msrai-ctr.rt to
SEIili AT PUBLIC AUCTION,
Siiliu-ilnj-, Koitrinilnr 1, 18811,
AT 19 O'CLOCK SI., AT SAIM.OOSI,
The (ollowlnir outstanding claims of Ihe firm of II.
llackkl.l X Co., tOKtther with
a8iP.CUI5ITII:S TIIP.UnONlO Ili:t.ONRIN,
AS MBNTIONFt. IIPSRArtF., VII !
Olnlm rtRnliint II, M. Wliltnoy,
KFA1WA, KAT', HAWAII,
Now amounting to altout $37tw
Secured hy Life Insurance Policy for $tn,or
Claim n;nlnnt R, M. OiTtrnitd,
Formerly J, U. Mtth, !n Honokaa, Hamakmi,
Now anttiuntiiig tnalMint. .,,,,.,, $47,1
Secureil by mortgage nn plantation at said
All Arcoitnis will tin SoM
At Handing on the day of sale, Sptemler t, 18B3.
All ia-rs, dx-uinentt, etc., referring to ihe a bote
claims, etc., ran lc seen on application at the offic of
IL IIACKFKLM.t Co.. Honolulu.
151 F. F. ADAMS, Aunionerr,
U ALUADI.E RHAL ESTATR AT KALIIII.
I have reccivr.1 inslruulons fnmi K. (.
W.illcrt Kv., loutVer nt puMic miction,
On Satnnlay Soptnmlmr 1st
At 13 o'clock noon, nt my salesroom,
tils ll.-vmlsomR rtesldencc on the Government road
AT KAI.IIII, OAHU.
The House Is almost new, thomiiclily hutli nt a cost of
over $5,u), anil is
Ijivyr, Hamlin unit Comffiiliihlr,
A SKUVANTS IlOUSr. WITH TWO UOOMS,
IS UroN TMK t-KFSIISHS. aij;o
A COACH HOUSE, AND STAIII.r. b'l'AI.I.S
Km thrfk iionsrs.
The I-nt has an area of nlwut TWO ACKI'.S, nml
can he well watere.1.
Al.sn, WILL IIK sntll-IHSIFIIIATLI.V ArTKK SALF, Or
Ono Ifouso nml Lot,
The Iit of I--nil adjoining the tiltove premises, con
taininirnn Area of nbnut NINK ACUKS.
133 I' P. ADAMS, Auctioneer.
fTALUADLE LANDS IN KAUAI,
PART OK Till: F.STATI70K C TITCOMII.
Ilyor.ler of A. S. Il.srtwtll. Tvi., nn.l V. O. Smith,
'Inislrssunilr the w ill of Charles Tilcomh,
deceased, I will sell at jiitUic auction,
On Moriilrsy, Sop toinlior. 2 4 th,
AT 13 St., AT MV KAtP-SK(KtSI,
Those Two Valuable Tracts of Land at KooUu,
Island of Kauat,
Wont Wninknlun nml Kahili,
AnjACIINT TO TIIK KlI.Al'KA Pl.ANTATtuN.
Watakaliu contains an are.i of 33s4o too Acres.
TITLK FI'K SIMI-LR.
Kahili, ftdjolnlnrr Walakalua, contains an area of
;g Acres. Title Fee Simple.
THPSIt ARK lintrBTLRSS
TIIK HKST GUAZINO lJNI)S ON KAUAI,
AimI on Kahili, tTkrreArc several humlreJ acrts
Flno Crtun Iinnilst,
Ilolli of the alNive-mciitioncd rsirctls iX I vnd will lm
oll'rrrd In one lot togclhrr, at the
Up.ot Priori of SH.UOO.
Tor further s-vrtLulars. apply to Fmith .V Thurtrnn,
38 Merchant Mreet, where survess aim! dcetis can l
seen. Deed, ol exns of purchaser.
E. I. ADAMS. Aucilon.er,
MIE EXPRESS BUSINESS.
Ashley ti llcbliard, having the largest svogon
In the business, are nreparcd to carry passcn
errs and move freight of all ilescriptlous to and
from any part tf the town or vicinity, with
quick dispatch, and at the lowest possible rates.
If you want to reach your work amt.be re
turned always on 1 1 mo, at the most reasonable
figures, go to Ashley Ac HrhhanL
If you want your furniture moved with care,
go to Ashley Si (lebbard.
If yon want your baggage moved with quick
dispatch, go to Ashley & llebbarii.
If you have heavy freighting lo be done, go to
Ashley & ilebbard.
If you have light parcels to be delivered, go
to Ashley & Ilebbard.
If you have enpressage of any sort to be
attended to. go to Ashley & Ilebbard.
Mr. W C. Ashley, havlnc Ihe Honolulu
agency for Wells, Fargo & Co., and being
promptly on board all Incnjnlng steamers, Is
prepared to took after freight or baggage with
promptness aud certainty,
Ashley ft Ilebbard will deliver all the WtiLs,
Fargo business at this end of tit tine, and will
call at houses for Wells, Fargo packages, when
notified by telephone or otherwise.
Asiiurr A IUxbasu...
Wills, Kauaj A Co,
CRUSHED STRAWIIKUKY, Terra Cotra, aal
"'..fr! ". .' """" M iHHWi, sou xi iini at A.
.111.1.1. IS, iu, tort srrcei. ...
NKWKfcT STYLES ARIISTIC TYPE ANU
!tailenry;fr WeuMwip, swiaU. Uv Pro.
ffaJUllsAA ajl a ilftLvsa IS ml ... -... .i....l.. "lT..
---- as.rHt vr,),.! ssiv, HrlH4WI, i
tciMivWsJMsUuhf, Mo. .TSwA
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"TRUSSES. TRUSSES I
Tit US Y
TUUSSRS. IRUgStS. TRtfSSr.S
I KllSStiS. I KllSSl-LS. TRtljiSr.S'.
TRIISSI-iS. 'IRUSStitt. TRUSSES.
HOLLISTER ft CO. .
Have Just receive a Urne Invoke of
Tho Colnlirnloil Collnlnlil Tnisiice
DIRFCT most THK rACioiiv,
w'v, iiavi: sir.ciAi, I'ACii.rnr.s
Tar Ail,) ill 1 1 ii; Trussnis. -HOLLISTER
At, 6 6.',
Cnr. Eiirtand Men I1.111I sheets nnd j1) Nntianu street
1-.0 . -
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO,
OFFER FOR SAI.i; ,
From Ihe earcoes of the C.lenlervie nnd other recent
vessels, the following
Dry Goods and Clothing:
VinKoniic l.tlwt MjIm, faM color;
Itlue Denims llrown Linen Urilh,
White Crnyilon Sttcclinp,
Ilorrork' ljnjf Cloiti H'ntrrproof TwceJi.
TocIi mut 'IVmrljtip, tJI.m'I'owcIi,
TnUe Clotlu. Tlile Napkins,
Pnro Lliioiin, SIiiiwIn, Drown Good
(.rcn.nilinc, White nnl Coloinl Silk,
Colnrril Satiiti, (IraH (,'1jIi
Arlir1ci.1l KIoMcrt ami IV.tilicts,
Coiion ll.imlkercliicfs, Silk llamlkrrcliirf
'I'alile Covers otitn; Colom) S.iiircntanJ Crat
IarrC Mixture nml lllncnntl (Ir.ij Kl.inntlt,
Viclori-l liwns !ronk HmI Colton,
IIIuc ami Wlulc Check I.lstailoi,
FANCY DRESS GOODS
Fancy I'LiMs Kreiltn Shirts Wool Shirts
White nml Coloml (,'ttiion Shuts
Fancy Scarfs l'ilt liwfcrs
Men' While ami Unmii Cotton Half Hose.
I jt lies' Hose-, Men' Kcady-mntlc Clothing,
l.itlieO Hat (white, lihck nml iancy straw),
Irnlii Hiihlser Coals Caieiiiii Legging?,
lUnraml fray llorw Itfankets
Woulen Hlankets nil fixes colon ami ueiffhti
9'rlrrt CurprtMf 1'rtrrt ttitff
t Vctrtt ami Ta pantry Jtoov Main,
A fiitl awirtment of nKNTI.KMKN'S ami LA
OILS' SAODLLS ; nlw, Sa.Mlei, for Hoyi and (Jirl
ami .1 few
ItUIDLLS, Sa.ldlo Cloth ami Chamoti Skins"
Coal Baixn, 2Uxll.
Rii'n Burs nnd Twine,
ilaicanhrtl ('itrvuifttrit ltojhta (34 ffaiific),
in 6, 7, 8 ami 9 feet leiiKtht.
KOOFIKG SCKKWS ANll WASHERS.
Anneahil FencoWitp, Ko. 4, 5. Aaiul 7, ami Staples;
(alvanietl lion IhicLtts all it;
(Llvanjet WaOi Itasins
Cialvanieil Oanlen Itonlerin uml Nettinjft
'llnuttl Iron Kaucs-pani. all kiic$,
'IVakettlM, real Jap.111 Itlackinx.
i'avhtf? Itvlcicti and (iurilvn Titex,
I-ihii Scat ami Chain, ,
a Uinlirvlla Stands m
THRKE LAWN TENNIS SETS
CROCKERY AND OLASSWARE.
Fancy tltsss Fhmev Sl.indt,
rOKTI.AND CEMKNT-I'IUK WUCKS,
l.lrrrimnl Suit uml Itork Sill), Ktitr; I'tllitl4
ami lliillrtt oil; H'orrftri'Haurv
EnGlish, American and Hawaiian
litre, fiv &ntl icven yrd tn&.
TOPSAIL rSHHKT CHAINS,
Admirally lu, sbes J, ), ,', and tf.
I'OWIXI. DUl'l'UVN STKAM-COAI..
Iro WrlstrU .
K.NCI.ISII I.F.ATIItK II E 1.1 1 NO. from "jlovu,'
tSLHSIOK. i- .
it f,t trnjihsi 16 and it f per yard.
ITJi fUe., lUu an.1 Kws. '
RaitrtMd Sikc to sualsh.
Out MU-tium I'utrrr
Ali, O nirrr-Nei-M fnrr ft
Kualmt, tit. m . 'ft
ir THEO. . PAVIES CO,"
AXTAILUKU POI PACTOKV,
Wauutv, Uavr, N. I.,
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